Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Dr. Michael Blotner graduated from Louisiana State University in 2001. After graduation, Dr. Blotner completed a one year internship at Louisiana Veterinary Referral Center that specializes in small animal internal medicine, diagnostic MRI, ultrasonography, endoscopy, soft tissue, neurologic, and orthopedic surgery. He joined Twin City Veterinary Clinic in June 2004. He bought the clinic from Dr. Price in December of 2006. Dr. Blotner's areas of special interests are; internal medicine, diagnostic ultrasonography, preventative medicine, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.
Dr. Mason Romero was born and raised in Southeast Texas where he attended PN-G. Dr. Romero obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from LSU in 2007 and then earned his DVM from the University of Illinois in 2012 where he graduated with honors. Dr. Romero joined the team at Twin City Veterinary Clinic in the summer of 2016 and continues to work as a part-time associate.
Dr. Romero currently resides in Houston and enjoys spending his free time with his wife, Jamie, and their pets. He also enjoys hunting, fishing and shooting sports as well as watching LSU sports (Geaux Tigers!). While his major interests are veterinary internal medicine and client education, Dr. Romero is happy to assist you with any of your pet’s needs!
Dr. Jeffrey Price graduated from Texas A&M in 1978 and entered into his first job in Kilgore, Texas. Dr. Price started working here at TCVC in 1981. After being here for 3 years, Dr. Price bought the clinic in December 1984.
Dr. Price sold the clinic to Dr. Blotner in December 2006, and chose to retire full time from practice in April of 2012. While he is truly enjoying his retirement at his ranch, Dr. Price still frequents Twin City Vet as a visiting relief doctor. He enjoys working with the staff and catching up with clients and their pets.